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EGS joined IEE Workshop in Finland PDF Print E-mail

The workshop "IEE-ohjelman tiedotustilaisuuden" focussed on financial programmes of the IEE. It took place on the 16th Feb 2011 in Finland. The EGS project were presented by Risto Tenhunen (eco-one) as an good project example.

For more information, please visit the website of MOTIVA, Finland:

Lentmark 1 - Pilot Action in The Netherlands PDF Print E-mail

During the Local Forums in The Netherlands, the project "Lentmark 1" was develeped.

The pilot project aims to construct a 18 meter high watch tower with used materials. The tower will be build by at least 10 unemployed youngsters who are enabled to develop their occupational competences in the construction area, specific in working with and techniques for used materials.

The pilot project is connected to the elaboration of the city of Nijmegen with some 15.000 new houses to be built between 2010 and 2025. It is lead by the EGS partner ROC Nijmegen.

For details, have a look at the icon Newspaper articles on Lentmark 1 (1.09 MB)

International Forum in Finland PDF Print E-mail

The 2nd International Forum “Education, School and Energy Efficiency and co-operation with Local Community" took place in Järvenpää/Finland on Monday 08.03.2010.

Please, click at "Read more" to get access to the presentations!

Renewable Energy Day in Stralsund PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tilman Langner   
Wednesday, 26 May 2010 00:00

On “Tag der erneuerbaren Energien - Renewable Energy Day” on 24.4.2010, events took place throughout the whole of Germany, at which the use of solar energy, wind energy, hydroelectricity and biomass were promoted.

Together with the Climate Council of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund, the Umweltbüro Nord e.V. organised the event in Stralsund and also presented the EGS Project there.

triCO2lor plan game PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tilman Langner   
Wednesday, 26 May 2010 00:00

The “triCO2lor” business game aims to make people more aware of how they are changing the environment with their energy consumption. In the game, participants take on an active role as energy consumers. The game is suitable for large groups, e.g. with 20-30 participants.

As part of the EGS Project, Tilman Langner from the Umweltbüro Nord e.V. initially tested the game with a group of young people from the Nikolai community in Stralsund, as part of the community’s “Climate Week” in March 2010.

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